The Climate Change Problem Is ‘Right Here.’ How Will It Shape Real Estate?

At Inman Connect, host Katie Kossev of The Kossev Group was joined by ClimateCheck’s Skylar Olsen to explore “How Climate Change will Shape Real Estate Now and in Decades to Come.”

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In the Outer Banks of North Carolina, one of the east coast’s most popular second-home markets, houses are falling into the ocean.

Back in 1999, the state had to transport the famed Cape Hatteras lighthouse a half-mile inland.

Due west across the country, wildfire season in California continues to lengthen and burn hotter. Homebuyers have trouble getting insurance.

At the top of our planet, climatically influential sea ice is deteriorating, allowing more sun into the frigid ocean depths, warming the seas, and initiating unnatural changes in weather around the world.

These shifts in what’s normal have moved into the real estate, and the team behind ClimateCheck is working to help the industry understand how.

(Disclosure: ClimateCheck’s CEO is Cal Inman, the son of the founder and chairman

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